Official: Buhari Orders sack of Doctors on Strike

Official: Buhari Orders sack of Doctors on Strike

PRESIDENT BUHARI ORDERS SACK OF ALL RESIDENT DOCTORS ON STRIKE.

STRIKING DOCTORS TO BE SACKED. The Federal Government of Nigeria has ordered the sack of all striking resident doctors in the country. The Minister of Health, Isaac Adewole, in a circular signed by Amina Shamaki, permanent secretary of the ministry directed chief medical directors (CMDs) and medical directors (MDs) of FG tertiary health institutions to fill the vacancies created by resident doctors who have “abandoned” their programme. The Resident doctors in government hospitals embarked on a nationwide strike on Monday.  Read the Official Statement after the cut . . .

STRIKING DOCTORS TO BE SACKED.

The circular reads:

“It has come to the notice of the management of the ministry that some resident doctors in your establishment have voluntarily withdrawn from the residency training program by refusing to report for training without authorisation. public service rule, PSR 030402 (e) is relevant. “This is in spite of the ongoing negotiations on their demands put forward by the representatives of the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) under the auspices of the Nigerian Medical Association.

“In view of this development, you are hereby directed to replace all the doctors that have withdrawn their services, with others from the pool of applicants for the training programs in the various disciplines in order not to create ominous gap in training with attendant disruption of health care delivery in your facility.

“Meanwhile, the ministry is working with the panel on the review of the residency training programme in Nigeria, led by Professor Wole Atoyebi, the registrar of the National Postgraduate Medical College, to fast-track the development of a comprehensive blueprint for postgraduate training of doctors in the country.

“Please, ensure immediate compliance.”

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  1. Abdurrazzaq Bello

    When a person refuses to appreciate that a *bird in hand is worth two in the bush*, then take that bird away from him so he may understand the veracity of this subtle fact.

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